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Tuesday, Oct. 23 2018
Come talk to a representative from the Academic Support Office and learn more about the University Learning Centers at NYU!
Thursday, Oct. 25 2018
Join luciana achugar, Julie Tolentino, and Amin Husain for a discussion of labor, aesthetics & identity as part of NYU Skirball's Marx festival.
Friday, Oct. 26 2018
Performance Studies faculty member Malik Gaines will participate in the #Marx Festival at NYU Skirball on Friday, October 26th, during his performance in "Courtesy the Artists: Popular Revolt".
Saturday, Oct. 27 2018
The Department of Performance Studies invites parents to join us for Parents Day 2018.
Sunday, Oct. 28 2018
Choral Marx is a singing adaptation of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels’s Manifesto for the Communist Party composed by Ethan Philbrick (M.A. '12, Ph.D. '18). It is a piece for mixed chorus—mixed not just in terms of gendered voice parts but also in terms of training and ability—made up of vocalists from both the contemporary music scene and socialist organizing communities, accompanied by the composer on cello.
Monday, Oct. 29 2018
"After the Party: A Manifesto of Queer of Color Life": a Decolonizing Vision Series talk with Joshua Takano Chambers-Letson
Presenting material from the new book After the Party, Chambers-Letson (M.A. '04, Ph.D. '09) presents a eulogy and a manifesto that stakes out the life-sustaining and worldmaking powers of minoritarian performance.
Tuesday, Oct. 30 2018
We invite prospective students to attend the open house to learn more about our graduate degree programs. The session will provide an overview of our master’s and doctoral programs, an introduction to our faculty and their research, an opportunity to meet with current students and admissions staff.
Thursday, Nov. 1 2018
This is an important session for Ph.D.’s applying to PS and non-PS teaching jobs. A good syllabus reflects thoughtful course design, which begins with defining appropriate learningobjectives. Additional considerations include the responsibilities of instructor and students.
Saturday, Nov. 10 2018
Since the 1990s, Wen Hui, China’s leading independent dancer, choreographer, performance artist and filmmaker, has been exploring the body as archive and medium for the remembering and recovery of personal and collective history, especially women’s history. The day will kick off with a body workshop open to all audience members. It will be followed by screenings of documentaries by the three performers/filmmakers and a roundtable discussion.
Saturday, Nov. 17 2018
A “danced conference” by Álvaro Restrepo, Marie France Delieuvin, and La Compañía Cuerpo de Indias.
Tuesday, Nov. 27 2018
Join us for the final PSE of the fall semester. Grab some lunch, decompress with your cohort, and get some helpful hints and tips for preparing for your final exams and papers.
Saturday, Dec. 1 2018
This workshop series is a student-driven initiative for current students to collaborate on showcasing their work to the Performance Studies community.
Friday, Dec. 7 2018
This event will feature a live in progress excerpt of Knot in My Name to be followed by a conversation with Ann about political and embodied transformations, and the role of performance in creating alternative politics.
Friday, Feb. 8 2019
Save the date for PRAXIS 2019, February 9, 2019. PRAXIS, a special all-day Performance Studies community event, brings together current students, alumni, faculty, staff, prospective students and friends, to learn new skills, engage in important conversations, and stay connected with colleagues and peers.